Accelerated change is impacting our profession - don't be left behind. How we manage projects, the role of the project manager, and the required skillsets needed to be successful will radically change over the next several years. Industry 4.0, digitization and the hyper competitive environment are changing customer and consumer expectations, how teams are formed and deliver, and what is defined as success. In this presentation, we will discuss the future role of project and program managers, the skillsets needed for the future, how your organization can prepare for the transformation, and how you can be that sought-after project manager across all industries.
This session will be worth two (2) PDU's in the PMI PDU category of "Leadership".
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Please note: due to head count requirements, we can allow speaker only registrations from 1/15 - 1/18. We would still love to have you join (you might just want to grab a snack beforehand).
|5:30 - 6:00||
Registration, Networking, & Dinner
|6:00 - 6:15||
Announcements, Opening Comments & Sponsor Introductions
|6:15 - 7:15||
Accelerated Change: Project Management in 2025 and How to Be Prepared
|7:15 - 8:15||
Facilitated discussion, Q&A
|8:15 - 8:30||
Meeting Wrap-up & Give-Aways
John Daly is a director in Cisco's Advanced Services organization, managing a global team of project and program managers. Mr. Daly began his career at Cisco 13 years ago as an engineer, and then moved into project and program management. He interacts with customers across all industries and verticals to help them understand how to solve their most complex business challenges. Mr. Daly holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in IT management from Florida State University, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in finance at Harvard University. He is also a Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Program Management Professional (PgMP)®, and Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)® certification holder. During his free time, he competes in triathlons, coaches T-ball, and spends time with his wife, five-year-old son, and two-year-old daughter.